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By Mushira Eid

This quantity presents a basic viewpoint on facets of Arabic with regards to a variety of components of linguistics. To the overall linguist, it's a resource of data and knowledge on Arabic analyzed inside present versions of study; to the Arabic linguist, it offers present analyses of either known and new facts. The publication is split into 3 sections, which include interesting papers on Arabic syntax (mostly inside Government-Binding theory), textual research, and psycholinguistics. the quantity opens with an summary of the present country of Arabic linguistics by means of the Editor and a huge presentation by means of Charles Ferguson.

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It is partly because of this that the theme chosen for the Third Annual Symposium on Arabic Linguistics (1989) is "Arabic in Relation to Other Languages". 18. The use of the terms Classical Arabic and Standard (short for Modern Standard) Arabic may be confusing for those not familiar with Arabic studies. Some distinguish the two; others do not. , reli­ gious discourses). In the Arab world, the distinction is not usually made. Only two terms are used in Arabic to refer to the Classical and colloquial varieties, fusHa "literary" and ʕaamiyya "popular" (hence, colloquial/vernacular in English), respectively.

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